California Western School of Law – Jamelia Morgan, Associate Professor of Law and Robert D. Glass Scholar, University Connecticut School of Law, presents today, “Disability’s Fourth Amendment,” as part of the Scholarly Speaker Series. The article centers disability as a lens for analysis in Fourth Amendment jurisprudence. By focusing in on how Fourth Amendment doctrine both erases disability and fails to adequately protect the disabled people’s privacy and security interests, the article suggests how the doctrine itself renders disabled people more vulnerable to policing and police violence.
This event will take place via Zoom.
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